Located just a stone’s throw from Blackdown Hill on the borders of Surrey and West Sussex, The Noah’s Ark is a beautiful 16th century pub situated in the picturesque village of Lurgashall.

The pub has become an established venue under the ownership of Henry Coghlan and Amy Whitmore, their aim is to provide outstanding seasonal food with great service while retaining a traditional pub atmosphere.

Alongside an interesting wine list there are three ales; IPA, Abbot Ale and a regularly changing guest.  The pub is extremely child friendly and dogs are very welcome in the bar.

The Noah’s Ark team is very proud to be recommended in the Michelin and AA guides amongst others.

According to pretty much every report, this is an ‘outstanding all-rounder’, ‘a traditional pub, with food worthy of a decent restaurant’, ‘great beers’, and a ‘perfect village setting’ on ‘a village green worthy of Midsomer’. Harden's Restaurant Guide


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